Audacity is a free and simple to use digital audio workstation. It’s great for those of you getting started with audio. But is Audacity any good for professional use? In this video, I go over the three main reasons why I still use Audacity today for certain audio tasks, and why you should too.
These are 6 of the most wanted new features for Audacity. These are features I (and many others) feel would be great additions to Audacity. There are features that would improve workflow and others that would give us more functionality. What are your most wanted features?
Find out how to record your screen and webcam at the same time, with both your DAW/PC audio and voice recording.
When new versions of software get released, they often come with a big list of changes that can be time-consuming to sift through, or confusing to understand. I thought that I would review the Audacity 3.0.0 update and give you an overview of the changes. I also share whether or not I think that it’s worth you updating to.
In this final part, we’ll go over what you’ve learned in the course, I’m going to share with you some free Audacity training materials that you can download for free that will help speed up your workflow in Audacity as you go onto use it.
These are the top 10 best free plugins for Audacity! In this part, I’m going to show you the top 10 effects plugins that come free with Audacity that will help your audio sound the best that it can. There are a lot of built-in plugins, let’s find out which ones are worth your time and which ones you can safely ignore.
In this part, I’m going to show you some special, hidden features of Audacity that you might not have known about. They’ll speed up your workflow and help to get you better results with your audio projects.
Find out how to export your music out of Audacity to get the best audio quality possible.
Exporting your finished podcast episode in Audacity to the correct file format is important to get right. Podcast hosts can be very picky about the file format and size of each episode. Also, you want to avoid losing audio quality, so that all of your work doesn’t go wasted.
In this part, I’m going to show you how to mix your vocals/your voice to music in Audacity. If you’re performing over a backing track, you’re adding music to a video or podcast, or you’re mixing a song, I’ll show you the tools and plugins you should be using and how to use them.